NILD Educational Therapy: Level 3
Proposed online course
4 – 29 September 2017 and 1 week residency 2 – 6 October 2017
This course will help the participant to expand their ability to incorporate cognitive function development within the NILD educational therapy techniques, effectively implement mediated learning experiences, and develop language competencies in students.
In addition, participants will continue to explore the usage of psychological and educational assessments, which reveal patterns of cognitive strengths and weaknesses and gain a comprehensive understanding of Level I & II techniques. Level I and II techniques will be reviewed, and Level III techniques will be introduced.
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
- Evaluate the 5 core techniques in the light of cognitive functions
- Demonstrate competency in the Level II techniques
- Develop language competencies in students by using techniques that utilize reading comprehension and written expression
- Incorporate cognitive function development within NILD educational therapy
- Refine diagnostic and prescriptive competency
- Refine questioning skills to stimulate oral language
- Further develop the skills of pacing, transitions, and application of mediated learning
- Articulate an understanding of the theoretical constructs that underlie NILD Educational Therapy
ONLINE and RESIDENCY COURSE ASSIGNMENTS
- Watch video vignettes online
- Follow lectures (in PowerPoint format) online
- Read sections of the course manual
- Submit papers
- Respond to discussion board questions
- Complete knowledge surveys
- Read sections from prescribed books
- Review level II techniques
During the 1-week Residency portion of the course, Participants will be required to:
- Attend classes from 8:00 to 17:00 daily
- Do Level II Demonstrations
- Submit papers
- Speech to Print, Language Essentials for Teachers, 2nd Edition (2010). Louisa Cook Moats, Ed.D. Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company. ISBN: 978-1-59857-050-2.
- Educational Therapy in Action: Behind and Beyond the Office Door, 1st Ediction (2011). Dorothy Fink Ungerleider. ISBN: 978-0-415-88885-1.
- Mediated Learning, Teaching, Tasks and Tools to Unlock Cognitive Potential – Mentis & Dunn-Bernstein, 2nd Edition (2008). Corwin Press. ISBN: 978-1-4129-5070-1.
- Teaching How to Learn in a What to Learn Culture – Kathy Hopkins
- Wordly Wise 3000® 2nd Edition Student Book 6 or 3rd Edition Student Book 6
Available at: http://eps.schoolspecialty.com
- Analogies 1. Arthur Liebman. Item #2225-W1 available at: http://eps.schoolspecialty.com
- Analogies 2. Arthur Liebman. Item #2227-W1 available at: http://eps.schoolspecialty.com
- Rules of the Game 2. Item #2239-W1 available at: http://eps.schoolspecialty.com
- Rules of the Game 2 Answer key. Item #2240-W1 available at: http://eps.schoolspecialty.com
- Refunds will be made only upon written request.
- Registration, less R500 processing fee, will be refunded if cancellation is made after application has been accepted.
- NILD has the option to retain tuition payment for any participant who does not notify NILD of non-attendance at least one week prior to the course’s start-date.
Classes start at 8.00 am each day and will finish at the latest at 5 pm.
Please note: You need to attend the entire training (one 1 week blocks) in order to fulfil the pass requirements. The airport is about an hour from the venue, so bear this in mind when booking your return trip.
Accommodation and transport: Please contact Shireen Archibald on 072 219 8150 or email email@example.com. A charge of R100 per person will be levied for airport collection.
Minimum number of course participants: 6
Maximum number of course participants: 20
The minimum number of applicants for this training is 6. Should the minimum number NOT be reached, the training will be cancelled and your deposit will be fully refunded. It is therefore important that you do NOT book any flights until AFTER the closing date for applications (9th November). You will be informed before or on ….
Believing that all students can learn and that the brain is open to modification at all stages of development, we provide direct and focused educational treatment for cognitive systems that are weak and vulnerable
- Successful completion of Levels I and II training and hold current NILD membership
- Minimum educational therapy student contact of 2 years/200 hours
- On-site supervision: On-site is needed if Level II training or last on-site was more than 4 years prior to application. Please contact Leone Jenkinson should you need an on-site supervision. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
PRICE FOR COURSE
Deposit to be paid by 15 July 2017
Deposit to be paid by 15 August 2017
Deposit: R4 400
(due with application form)